|Denomination / Currency||Years Minted||Fineness||Gross Weight (g)||ASW (g)||ASW (oz t)||Melt Value|
|10 Centavos||1872- 1900||.900||2.3||2.07||.0666||$1.50|
|20 Centavos||1872- 1907||.900||4.6||4.14||.1331||$3.00|
|50 Centavos||1873- 1900||.900||12.5||11.25||.3617||$8.14|
|50 Centavos||1900- 1908||.900||11.5||10.35||.3328||$7.49|
|100 Pesos 25nos||1975||.933||10||9.33||.3||$6.75|
|250 Pesos 25nos||1975||.933||15||14.00||.4499||$10.13|
Bolivia is a landlocked country in South America that borders Peru, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay.Bolivia is a Plurinational state. There are 37 official languages in Bolivia due to the strong presence of aboriginal populations such as the Guarana, Aymara and Quechua. There are two capital cities, Sucre and La paz. Silver was discovered in Bolivia during colonial times. The mines at Potosi and Cerro Rico are believed to be the largest single silver deposits in America and possibly the world. Many of the silver coins minted in Bolivia were minted in Potosi.